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Today’s Major Headlines (Wednesday, May 7, 2014)

 

  • Despite terror attacks, WEF begins in Abuja
  • Jonathan accepts Obama’s offer to help rescue abducted girls
  • UN warns Boko Haram against selling abducted pupils
  • How PIB will revolutionise Nigeria’s economy, by NNPC
  • Gunmen kidnap 11 girls in Borno, UK to help FG
  • Why Nigeria will accept help from anywhere, by Okupe
  • Jonathan inaugurates committee on Chibok schoolgirls
  • Brazil 2014: Osaze, Yobo, Agbim make Keshi’s list
  • Argentina match will be easy – Emenike
  • Reps summon PPMC, MD over N10bn aircraft charter scandal
  • Nigeria kidnappings ‘outrageous, heartbreaking, says Obama
  • Ogun APC: War cries
  • Edo APC: Our problems with Oshiomhole —Ise-Idehen
  • Jolie says Nigeria kidnappings ‘unthinkable cruelty’
  • 2 to die by hanging for robbery, rape of corps member
  • Fayemi assures voters of security on election day
  • Parents withdraw wards as gunmen attack Abuja school
  • I remain loyal, committed PDP chieftain –Ihedioha
  • Boko Haram operations take toll on the Army – Spokesman
  • BRAZIL 2014: Bring back the trophy, FG tasks Eagles
  • Stallion Group forges ahead with local rice production
  • CBN seeks constitutional backing for Sovereign Wealth Fund
  • Our N4trn assets not under threat –PenCom
  • Another 300 Killed in Attack on Border Town with Cameroun
  • FG, New Power Investors Miss Post-Privatisation Targets
  • Angry Mob Sets Suspected Female Kidnapper Ablaze in Lagos
  • Sambo: FG Anxious to End Insurgency
  • Libel Suit: Court Orders Obasanjo to File Statement of Defence
  • Power Devolution Committee Decides on Derivation, Resource Control on Monday
  • APC Lawmaker Accuses Bamidele of Working for Fayose
  • N4.4bn Subsidy Scam: Court Closes EFCC’s Case against Ogunbambo, Others
  • MTN: Tougher Contract Regulations Will Boost Prices in Nigeria
  • WEFA: Okonjo-Iweala, Tinubu, Kanza Meet with Shapers
  • Kenya Allocates Seven Oil Blocks to Nigerian Companies
  • Police recover snatched school bus in Abuja, arrest 2 suspects
  • Jonathan: military operations’ll continue till girls are rescued
  • ‘Only way to get Chibok girls is negotiation’
  • Boko Haram has become a global problem, says Soyinka
  • FG inaugurates panel on contents, HND curriculum
  • Chinese Premier arrives Nigeria on official visit
  • Polls open at South Africa election
  • Court closes EFCC’s case against oil marketers
  • ICT will enhance learning, says commissioner
  • World Economic Forum will address socio-economic challenges – Jonathan
  • Nigeria-Stock-Market NSE Trades 511.32m Shares Worth N4.63bn
  • Global investors defy insurgents, converge on Abuja for WEF
  • Dangote to stabilize cement price through direct to customer delivery strategy

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